What's happening to LCG? Naomi Ewart-Simcock joins STO

Naomi Ewart-Simcock joins STO, an AtoZ approved Forex broker, following her near two years working experience at London Capital Group (LCG). What are Ms. Ewart-Simcock new responsibilities and ambitions?

14th September, AtoZForex – The “revolving door” culture continues in LCG as another senior-level executive, Naomi Ewart Simcock, leaves the company to enter a new position at STO. This is one of the recent departures following the July news when approximately 20 employees were dismissed in LCG.

Meet STO's new Regional manager

Naomi Ewart-Simcock started her career in the Forex industry back in 2009, serving as the account manager at ACM. She stayed at the company for nearly a year. After it, she moved to Alpari (UK) Ltd., advancing her position to Senior Account Manager. Ms. Ewart Simcock worked in Alpari (UK) Ltd. for over four years and was responsible for maintaining relationships with clients, attending meetings with clients, delivering presentations and using contacts to generate new business. In 2015, Naomi Ewart Simcock left Alpari (UK) Ltd. and was hired as the Senior Account Manager at LCG, a firm authorized by the UK’s FCA and belonging to the London Capital Group Holdings plc.

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She worked at LCG for almost two years, before shifting to STO which is a brand of AFX Group. The global online trading provider STO is regulated by the FCA and CySEC. Naomi Ewart-Simcock joins STO as a Regional Manager, while getting the responsibility over the Chinese region. Amid her activities are planning overseas marketing initiatives and developing the company’s business in the Chinese market through conferences, meetings, industry events. Considering Ms. Ewart-Simcock’s understanding of the FX business in China, together with the experience and high proficiency in Chinese, she is considered to be a valuable asset for the company.

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